No , actually I don't agree anymore that it is more fun. Banging thru the pedals quicker than I ever dreamed of rowing thru the gears is really a lot of fun. Even on m y Stelvio, 1st gear is so quickthat unless you are staring at the tach, you'll bog . Just let it run full auto after a left foot brake launch and boom 5.2secs. After a few minutes of being a street savage, just click it back to the right and let it do the work. Even if they made a manual, the uptake would be like 5%. They probably will do a limited edition manual at some point if enough interest occurs. Reason Evora IPS units languish on the lots is because the tranny isn't that good and I certainly haven't seen a single one at the track yet to try but I have read enough to know it won't survive well at the track, which is where I drive it to, from and on. There will always be some manuals out there on the lower end of the spectrum but the top shelf vehicles have moved on.
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